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THE BARRlf DAILY -TIMES, BAIUIK, VT.. SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1013.
i BARRE DAILY TIMES Publi.hd tv.rlidr Aftrnon- BubicrlptloM. 4 00 ,JM - nU Ona month ; . Entered at th. pntofflc at Bri wcontf. nliuu mattar. FRANK K. L ANGLE Y. PbU.hi- SATURDAY, MA Yj, '93; ' California has it own idoa about grit juice diplomacy. Charlie Mellen came to the aid of t!i party $102,000 worth. (food old Charlie! The Bulgarian li'mife win! S-e whole phalanx of them coming down the treet. Therefore, that attempted hold-up be tween Montpelkr and Middlusex will continue to be a dark crime. t POME INTERESTING FIGURES. Figures which at first are somewhat surprising show that Colorado and Cali fornia are among the state! of the union, where the death ate from tubereulogi is the highest, the rate in each being far above the average for the country. The national average i 158.0 per one hundred thousand population, while Col rirnrln'ft 18 218 and California! 200.8. Colorado i, next to Kentucky (220.3), the highest in the country; and it! city of Denver lend all the cith-i of th country, having a population of more than one luindred thousand people. Sec ond consideration of these figure! ac counts for the high mortality in ties states from tuberculosis; it in, of course, ,,..-1.1 :., k.. of those I horftusf Colorado as well as Caluornia, Vermont cities and towns whose public is the mecca for hundred and thousands To look just right, that Barbara J'rietchie memorial in Mount Olivet cemetery, Baltimore, ought to be made of Barre granite. It is announced that beginning May S there will be three "dry" counties in Maine. That rather discounts th gen eral impression that Maine was a prohi bition state, action had Wen taken on the veto then and there instead of putting the matter over till there was a respectable attendance. The real reason why President Wilson fleeted the Connecticut river valley resi dence U beeauso he couldn't stay in hii favorite place in New Jersey and main tain the semblance of disinterestedness in a gubernatorial contest which prom ises to be very close. Therefore, Cornish-Windsor is playing second fiddle, but that doesn't dim the twin-town glory by any means. The main fact is that the president of the United States is coming. school houses are jammed with pupil. We have it from The Reformer of that town that more school accommodations w ill have to be provided in the orgnn town the coming summer. Thnt is one of the best pieces of news to come out of Brattleboro for a long time, it sure ly means the town is growing. When Governor Fclker of New Hump shire presented his veto of the million dollar cross-state highway measure yes terday morning, there were just four niembers present in the House of Repre sentative!; and that number included the speaker, too. The situation shows low assiduous the New Hampshire leg islators are in prosecuting their duties; they have just about two working days Wednesday and Thursday. It would have served the several hundred others just about right if some far-reaching of people who are suffering from the disease, some of whom recover, out otn pr of whom were beyond help before j their arrival in the supposedly health- restoring climates. But while these statistic give a gloomy view of the country's situation, there is a brighter side in the reduced mortality from tuberculosis since the year 1001, for instance. From 1901 to 1005 the country's death rate from thi disease was 102.6 for every one hun dred thousand people; from 1906 to 1910 it was reduced to 168.T; while, as pre viously stated, the rate for the last year tabulated 1911 was 138.9. Thero is decided encouragement in the figure which the United States census bureau has just revealed. Sixty-nine cents a pair, three styles of muslin curtains at Terry'! on Saturday. Athletic Underwear . grows stronger every season it's getting back to nature as it were, "cutting out the super fluous" in clothing; but we've not cut out other styles. Here's the long sleeve Union Suits and every good model for comfort in warm weather. To-day, see what $1 will do. Straw Hats are here 25c to $6. W Clean, Press and Repair Clothing F. H. Rogers & Co. 174 Norti Main Street, Bane, Vermont TALK OF THE TOWN See the 50c neckwear for 25c at the Vaughan Store. Abbott has just received a large line of eponge skirts. Eighty-nine cents each, an extra spe cial value in umbrellas, at Perry's on Saturday. You can buy correct millinery at rea sonable prices" from Mrs. Nelson-Church, over Barre Time office. Why pay more! Ten cents a yard, another lot of never hint crash at Perry'! on Saturday. The bet wearing crash you ver bought. Great sale on silk muslin, all color! and designs; regular 25c, Saturday only at half the price, 12 cents a yard, at thi New York Bargain House. The Celebrated Cook Book "Royal Baker & Pastry Cook" FREE. Send your address. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. Royal is absolutely pure and wholesome, the best in every way, of all the baking powders. It makes food of finest flavor, and adds anti-dyspeptic qualities thereto. It has greater leavening strength and is therefore the most economical. WHS IS a 2 JiJistac a a . a a a a a a a a a a a a . a - ' a a a a a n n a a a a n a t: tt n . ti 8 8 ' ' '- i AM V i HEC K CO f J i I bfj ty InfJ t ) I Ms In jVraf" . , ti in Men's Clothes Counts When you slip into one of our Suits, a you will possess that feeling of satisfaction 5 which is characteristic of PECK CLOTHES. "Peck Clothes" are worn by men of "Peck Suits" . . $15.00 to $22.00 Other Makes . .$8.50 to $20.00 Shoes and Oxfords I Crawford Shoes and Oxfords, $4.00, in 5 Black or Tan. Reed Shoes and Oxfords, $3 and $3.50. Ellsworth Shoes and Oxfords, $2.25 and $2.50. See Us For Shoes 2 A Full Line of New, Up-to-date Furnishings If you are particular, come here we a will suit you. Our motto: ''Good Values 2 -t r T"; " a lOr lour iuuiicj xj ci nine. F. E. Cistts & Co. The Peoples National Bank The Only Banking Institution In Barre Under National Government Control Examined twice each year by a National Bank Examiner. Five sworn reports each year to Comptroller of the Currency. We solicit business accounts desiring the ad vantages of a National Bank. Savings Department Receives Savings Accounts with interest com pounded January and July. All taxes on any amount of money in our Savings Department paid by the Bank. Your money on demand. The Peoples National Bank Open Monday Evenings from 7 to 8 n maiii n ANNUA RANDOLPH. Bullet Ws Firefl Through Window in High School Building. Whilfl Mr. r.pnthner. the Bub-maiter of the high eehool, wa teaching in his room on Thursday, a Uullet was euov through the window, breaking the ame and lodging on the floor. It id not known i'roin what nource it came, but the iupposition is that it wag from norne distance ana was poMimy a stray ".. The reception to the new pastor of the Federated church and hi wife, held at the Methodist church oi Thursday even ing, wast well attended end very enjoy- In thi receiving line were bupt and Mrs. II. W. Lewi, Kev and Mr. Guy Crawford and Mr, and Mrs. J. J. Stiint8. The committee of introduction were: Dr. A. C. Bailey and Dr. 1'. C Angell. Following the reception the company returned to the auditorium oi h flmrfli uliore a nrncram was Clven Sunt. II. W. lewHi gave me auuress ui i'ii!iniiw fullnuol hv Kpv. Fraser Met- uit and Rev. .1. V llamilton. To these c - " . . . speakers Rev. Crawford responded, thanking the people for their hearty re fontinti The music for the occasion consited of a olo by Mr. Lettie Bailey Smith, a quartet by tne lonowinj iauic, Mrs. Smith, Miws Helen Brown, Airs. h. C. Drew, and Mrs. C. S. Booth. Clenn rtailov tiH .1 (!. Harlow irave a oornet and clarinet duet, and the Baraea nal quartet cave a selection. All tnriien the evening -the affair wa nuocesaful, and the pastor starts out with the fcet of good wishes trom an. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. AVainwright have mnicl tho 1fmher house on DudleV street, and will occupy it it onse, movin from the WHev House on mie gtreei. Their on, Carl AVainwright, is home from California for the summer. itnnm Emnrv ha new Buick tourinz car of 22 horse power, wnicn ne pur chased of the . A. Drown company in Uarre. Mr. James Menard was called home from Claremont on Friday by the ill ness of her mother, Mrs. Oestio Stevens. Her husband joined her here, and on k; r.tnm thpv took iirs. Steven imn, n ih thorn for a month's tav. hop ing the change would improve nerueaim. H. M. Totman, has bought of Robert Bruce a building lot adjoining the one he purchased last fall of Robert Rennie and now has an half acre frontage on Kim street. Mrs. David LaFarr. who has been with her daughter, Mrs. William Burke, for the winter, went last week to iSwjyjon for an indefinite time. Robert Sault, a teacher in Lawrence. tu.. ho. been in town for the last .i. it), v.!. ai'.tPM for a vacation. K. X. Rising has purcnaseu ine nome of the late Mrs. F:ilen Kelton on N.I100I street. , The funeral of the late Mrs. L. N. Ris ing was held from her home on School .,.! VriHav afternoon. Rev. J. jjj Wallace thesbro, a former pastor, of ficiating, and interment was m souin view cemetery. The ritual of the Worn ans' belief "Corps was given at the house, and the bearers were taken from the U. S. Grant post, and were, C. W. A. I iitnam, Hazen Wood, John Manney and V. H. Ketchvm. Mrs. Mary L. (Bruce) Rising was born in Schroou Lake, X. Y February 22, 1847, the daughter of Rev. Joseph and Melissa (Maxham) Bruce. When a young girl her parents moyea i. u,.;nra. .nH after a tew years nrr 5 father, a Baptist clcrgjman, died, he . 1 ti ' f in 1 hhk a It It Providence, R. I., who, with hia wife, wai present at the funeral, A oroiner, Dr. Bruce also survives. . Mrs. Rising u a. an earnest and active member of I the Baptist church, of which she had been a member tor many years, anu sue counted no service to this organization a sacrilice, but rather a pleasure. She waa also very much interested in the Woman's Belief Corps and had held manv ntl'icea in the local corns, and had risen to the department president of the state body, which ane lervea wccepiauiy. Kha waa familiar with all the details of Relief Corps work, and will be greatly missed in both or tnese organizations, but most of all by her husband, who ii in fhla health. In the home where she had for many veara been a faithful and devoted wife. Among those present from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Ceorre Risinir. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rising, Mrs. Howell from Barre, Mr. and Mrs. A. . Grover and their daughter, Miss Una Grover, from LawTence, be sides the son from Providence. Others were also present, including some of the state officers of the Woman's Relief Corps. Rev. J. W. Chesbro returned on afternoon train to his home in Bel lows Falls, to which place he went last j spring to take tne pastorate 01 tne Bap tist cnurcn in mat piace. AMUSEMENT NOTES. married E. X. Rising, May 10, 18H8, a veteran of the Civil war and to them were born one son, Leland Tvising, of The Paul J. Ralney African Hunt Was Shown to the King and Queen of England. One of the greatest tributes that can be accorded any theatrical attraction in England, is a command performance by bis majesty, Kins George. This tribute was paid the reproduc tion of Paul J. Rainey's British East African hunt, which will" be shown at the Ban-e opera house for two nights, com mencing Monday, May 5, with daily mat- inooa at 2:30. There are nine companies now entour in America with three in Europe. One of the latter companies opened recently in lindon, ana rung worge nriM1 nt the irrest achievement accom plished bv Mr. Rainey, a young multi- millionaire or 1 Nvetiinu. ir.. ax mr cm- tnrial rone of British East Africa. So wonderful are these motion picture! . t u.;tJ . : i. t i;A I 4K African inn. gle that the king expressed his deaire to see tnem. in nn sentience thereof, they were tak en to the royal palavce in London and shown before King George, the queen and mother queen, as well as the roy al family, together with other crown heads, diplomats and a favorite gather ing nt Iinilon society, including many Americana. It is said that the king and everyone present expressed the keen est delight in viewing this wonderful ex 1 Irr and was verv Grateful that such an exploitation should oe placed to pun- 1 - 3 . : 1. 1 .1 . . , t. . ,.M. 1 1 n v ! n w maiiH i.Ntniifii' Li uul'u 1 1 in w i iirln a efforts of Mr. Rainey and his corps of motion photographers and small army of men and native porters wno accompanied him in his expedition into the wilds of tn? country visitea. fit cannot be denied, as they nsve been heartily endorsed by every one who seei them not only are tney mgniy amus inn n.1 on tort n ininir. hut are most valu able from an educational standpoint a . U.uin ia taitrrht in natural history. which is so impressive that even child would not torgex. Tkn h.-. miss aeinir this wonderful exhibition are certainly missing a great treat ana one wnicn is oniy seen in nie-iime. Aav. Verification of Deposit Books Section 25 of No. 158, acts of 1910, of the laws of Ver mont, provides that "In the year 1913, and every fifth year thereafter, at such time in the year as the bank commis sioner shall designate, the trustees of banks shall call in the deposit books for examination and verification, and cause the same to be examined and verified by some person, other than the treasurer or his clerks, employed for that purpose and approved by said commissioner." In accordance with this statute, the bank commis sioner has designated the month of May for the exami nation and verification of deposit books. Depositors in Barre banks are, therefore, requested to present their pass books either in person or by mail as early in the month as convenient. Books sent by mail will be re turned promptly. Barre Savings Bank and Trust Company, Granite Savings Bank and Trust Company, Quarry Savings Bank and Trust Company. 3 L MAY SALE of Summer Underwear, Mus lin Underwear, Corsets and Ready-to-Wear Garments. Sale Starts Saturday Morning For a Red Letter Week Just returned from Boston ; opening lots of new summer goods the good selling kinds. New Coats for women and children. Ladies' Skirts and Dresses. Children's White and Colored Dresses, 25c, 50c up Children's Hats; Babies' Bonnets; Rompers; Children's Coats; Muslin and Gauze Underwear. Note Some of the Specials! Ladies' and Misses White Dresses $4.50 and $5.00 White Dresses for $3.75 Other bargains at $4.50, $5.98, $7.50 Ladies' House Dresses at 79c up Long Kimonos 50c, $1.00, $1.50 Aprons 45c Children's Hats, Dresses, Rompers ...25c up Gauze Underwear, all sizes ..10c, 12 up Ladies' Waists, regular value $1.19, $1.35, $1.50, your choice 79c, 95c, $1.25 $3.50 Chiffon Waists now $2.98 $5.00 Chiffon Waists now 3.50 Muslin Underwear. One lot Robes, Skirts and Combinations, your choice at . 49c Another lot Robes, Skirts and Combinations at. 75c Corset No. 15 $1.00 Corset for ............... . 79c Corset No. 309 $1.50 Corset for .............. 98c Corset No. 267 $1.25 Corset for 95c Other Corset values at. .90c and $1.35 Wash Goods New best selling kinds. All Ginghams in the Red Letter Sale Fancy Poplins, Royal Welts, 32-inch Ginghams, Mercerized Wash Goods all 25c goods, for, per yard 18c Near Linens in all plain colors at, per yard . . . 15c Seersuckers and Special Dainty Plisse, now all at, per yard 12,4c Double Fold Whip Cord, now, per yard 12!2c Poplins in all colors. If you buy Poplins of us, you get the best Irish Poplins oxidized ; col ors are sunproof fast colors, per yard 25c Large assortment of summer wash goods, Voiles, Silk Stripe Grenadine, only, per yard ....... 25c Hand Loom Silk, very pretty cloth, per yard . . . 25c All Laces and Flouncings in the Red Letter Sale $1.00 Long Silk Gloves, per pair 79c Special Long Silk Gloves, per pair 50c 50c Neckwear See them at 25c 25c Plain and Fancy Ribbon, per yard ......... 19c Come here Saturday. Extra sales people to zive you prompt service. 3L. Iteiiafrai more Four Carloads of Mattresses in a year is about our av erage sale. There is a rea son why our Mattress trade is so large. We buy direct from the JflW manufacturers in carload lots and pay CASH, which means a much better Mat tress at less money than we could get in buying small lots. 6 White Felt at $13.00 The -Crown" Felt at 10.00 The "Monarch" White Felt Top and Bottom. . 6.00 The MThermos,, Silk Floss 15.00 and even our Cotton Top Mattress at $3.00, are all leaders. msc0UNX Let Us Show You A. W. BADGER & COMPANY Furnishing Undertakers and Embalmers THS BEST Of A3BCT.A5CX SERVICE Telephone 3H-W ."..!, n css::::S'::s 1